PAPER CONVERTING BLOG

Do You Know About These Unique Kraft Paper Uses?

Posted by Alan NeSmith on Wed, Jan 17, 2018

Kraft paper. It’s white, brown, and mundane, right? Well call us biased, but we’d answer that question with a resounding “no!”

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Tags: Kraft Paper Uses

How Paper Manufacturers Can Reduce Their Environmental Impact

Posted by Mark Jones on Wed, Jan 10, 2018

Environmental impact is something that’s always top of mind for paper manufacturers these days. And while a negative picture is often painted about various manufacturing industries’ effects on Mother Earth, much of it is the result of misinformation when it comes to paper industries.

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Top Questions to Ask for Your Next Paper Order

Posted by Alan NeSmith on Thu, Jan 04, 2018

Ordering paper is a function of business that often becomes routine no matter the industry. Whether for restaurants, corporate offices, retail stores, or shipping logistics, after awhile, the same order is placed repeatedly, week after week or month after month. If you’re the person ordering paper for your business, your options are limited to what you’ve been doing.

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Tags: Flexographic Printing, Food Service Paper, Custom Paper Ideas

You Don't Need to Think Outside the Box Thanks to Paper Converting

Posted by Alan NeSmith on Tue, Dec 19, 2017

Boxes. While we largely take them for granted, where would we be without them? They can hold garbage or precious gifts, breakfast cereal or diamond rings, and everything in between.

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Paper Converting Trends for 2018

Posted by Alan NeSmith on Wed, Dec 13, 2017

The digital revolution has changed the face of paper and printed media industries forever. As a result, there has been a lot of consolidation of paper mills, printers, and paper converting facilities over the past decade. If the market isn’t strong enough to sustain them, paper converting facilities close their doors, or get bought up by larger entities. And that trend for consolidation of paper converting facilities shows no signs of slowing in the new year.

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Tags: Paper Converting, Custom Paper Ideas

Steak Paper: It’s Not All Black and White

Posted by Mark Jones on Fri, Dec 08, 2017

As the owner of a meat shop or restaurant, you may view steak paper simply as a necessity for maintaining freshness, layering display cases and packaging meats for your customers. But have you ever considered the integral part steak paper plays in encouraging customers to buy your meat in the first place?

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Tags: Food Service Paper

What is Chipboard? 4 Important Facts

Posted by Mark Jones on Tue, Nov 28, 2017

Anyone in a business that utilizes different stocks of paper knows that the types, colors, and weights of paper are seemingly endless. There really is paper for just about everything.

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Tags: Food Service Paper, Custom Paper Ideas

How to Preserve Your Game After Hunting Season

Posted by Oren International on Mon, Nov 20, 2017

As a hunter, you work hard and invest a lot each season for your take. And there is a lot of satisfaction in a well-executed hunt and the meat your efforts yield. Hunting not only puts man in touch with nature in an appreciation of environment at its finest, but it’s also one of the best ways to provide healthy, truly organic, and unprocessed meat and poultry for yourself and your family.

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Tags: Freezer Paper

How to Master Printed Holiday Wrap Like the Big Retailers

Posted by Alan NeSmith on Tue, Nov 14, 2017

Once again, the holiday season is upon us. As always, this is an exciting time of year for customers and retailers alike. And what would the holidays be if not for the gift wrap in which retailers package their wares? They’d look very different indeed.

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Tags: Flexographic Printing, Kraft Paper Uses

How Paper Tube Packaging Offers Versatility and Unique Branding

Posted by Oren International on Wed, Oct 18, 2017

There are a lot of packaging and shipping options available these days. Yet when it comes to protecting items for shipment, many consumers literally don’t think outside of the box.

One size certainly doesn’t fit all anymore for packaging and shipping needs, but many consumers and businesses alike aren’t always aware of the many options that exist and the applications for which they may be best suited.

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Tags: Flexographic Printing